Charles has just one 100-yard performance through the first six games of this season, but is receiving a steady diet of carries in the Chiefs' offense. Against a struggling Houston Texans team known more for their pass-rushing ability than stopping the run, Kansas City's tailback should be a strong play.
Charles had 22 carries for 78 rushing yards and two touchdowns, as well as five catches on nine targets for 50 receiving yards Sunday against the Raiders. He should continue to find success against a Texans defense that allowed three touchdowns to the St. Louis Rams in Week 6.
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